Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 20th Nov 2007 16:54 UTC, submitted by lefty78312
Mozilla & Gecko clones The Mozilla Corporation today released Firefox 3 Beta 1, which is now available for download in a variety of languages. The beta includes updates to the default theme, the new places site management features, improved security architecture, and Gecko 1.9. Release notes with a more complete list of features, are also available.
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RE[7]: Native widgets?
by cyclops on Wed 21st Nov 2007 19:33 UTC in reply to "RE[6]: Native widgets?"
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lol, I straight out call you a retail. I point out where the comment was off-topic and move on. I'm glad your not interested in my bullet points, and will get back to the point.

"Memory usage: Over 300 individual memory leaks have been plugged, and a new XPCOM cycle collector completely eliminates many more. Developers are continuing to work on optimizing memory use (by releasing cached objects more quickly) and reducing fragmentation."

Having looked at your note, I cannot help but giggle that you are using Vista...perhaps you should start with using an OS with space for applications.

Oddly my *whole* machine uses less than that...and I'm doing more with it, and firefox has been open all day.

I feel embarrassed for you that you cannot read the statement above, and draw an alternative conclusion to mine...I suspect because their isn't one. Perhaps you should have taken a course that would help you build some skills.

I actually listed *3 alternative* linux browsers in my posts try to spot, Hint: you actually quote them; One use regularly, and consider part of my essential toolbox.

If you do not understand my point about enlightenment...just trust me, computers *used* to contain an awful lot less memory than they do now, and enlightenment+linux was more than my cutting edge computer could cope with. You should re-read my point its quite clear.

I loved this don't you have like a degree or something... I'd love you to look a tiny little more in depth at where the slowdown between you getting you pages is, and then talk about bottlenecks. start looking into things like latency, but I actually mention alternatives to Firefox...and you don't even recognize them.

Yes your comments are only about promoting alternative browsers, and your comments says it all.

Firefox's own release notes which I have quoted four times, but basically in direct contradiction they have focused on memory leaks; now moving to memory footprint...perhaps you should have paid more attention in class ;) For this I will now call you lying scum, simply because of what they have completed, and what they are working on.

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